The Ponte Morandi Victims Committee writes it, in a post published on Facebook, in relation to the Autostrade per l’Italia banners that stand out in via XX Settembre for the arrival of the stage of the Giro d’Italia
Genoa – The relatives of the victims of the Morandi Bridge did not like – “we are stunned” – to see a long one Autostrade advertising banner for Italy on a road in Genoa on the occasion of the arrival of today’s stage of the Giro d’Italia. “We do not want to make controversy and we have never done it, trying to be calm but dear gentlemen, frankly this could have been absolutely avoided or not? Many citizens are writing to us that they are stunned and we too are” explains in a note the Morandi Relatives and Victims Committee. A controversy has been unleashed on social media in which Aspi’s choice to advertise in the city where the tragedy that killed 43 people was caused in 2018.
Below, the Facebook post of the Morandi Victims Committee
Cna Liguria: “Citizens do not deserve this insult”
“The Ligurians do not deserve this umpteenth insult. It is an insult to the victims, to the relatives, to the city, to all the users of the Ligurian motorway network who every day suffer the inconveniences due to construction sites. We understand that this is a sponsor of the I ride and we have respect for the event and for all the fans who follow the event, but we expect the same “. This was stated in a note by the president of Cna Liguria, Massimo Giacchetta, commenting on the advertising banners of Autostrade per l’Italia in Genoa “It is time to show the necessary indignation towards those who do not show sensitivity and respect for what has happened. no marketing operations on the part of Autostrade. We take this opportunity to remind you that a few weeks ago the image of Manarola was used in print to highlight the importance of connections and maintenance work in progress on the motorway network. to secure tunnels and viaducts that have been without the necessary controls for years – the Confederation continues -. We believe the time has come to demand in no uncertain terms respect and decency from those who have unfortunately caused a dramatic wound to our region and to the families of the victims of the collapse of the Morandi Bridge “concludes Cna Liguria president Massimo Giacchetta.